Breed: German Shepard
Age: ~5 yrs
Weight: 58 lbs
Dog friendly: needs slow introductions, can be insecure and snappy at first.
Cat friendly: yes, very interested at first but now ignores them.
Kid friendly: Would not recommend placement with young kids due to crate and food protectiveness.
Potty trained: yes
Leash trained: yes. Good recall off leash.
Kennel trained: yes, kennels easily its her safe place. Protective of her crate against other dogs.
Energy level: medium
Bio: Sybil is a smaller Shepherd that is sweet and eager to please. She came into rescue from an Oklahoma shelter where she was endanger of being euthanized because of a very large mammary tumor. Our vets removed the tumor and sent it to the lab. It was determined to be adenocarcinoma and has a 50/50 chance of returning. This girl still has plenty of love to give and deserves so much love in return for however long that may be.
Behavioral issues: She is insecure with other dogs until she gets familiar with them and can be snappy at first. She also resource guards food, toys, and her crate from other dogs. Guards her food bowl from people as well. May thrive best in an only dog home with no small children.
Medical issues: Sybil came into rescue with a large mammary tumor that may or may not return. Otherwise she is healthy.
HISTORY: Pulled from a shelter in Woodward, Ok where she came in as a stray with a large mammary tumor.
Adoption fee: $100.00 and covers the cost of Distemper, Parvo, Flu & Bordetella Vaccines. If old enough, a Rabies vaccine and a Heartworm test along with preventative. Dogs are wormed and microchipped and spayed or neutered. This fee also helps to cover any cost of travel getting to our rescue and around the state to foster homes and vet visits while in our care.
Location: Potwin, KS
Please apply to adopt at https://www.shelterluv.com/matchme/adopt/HAA/Dog
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